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jolt someone out of something

to startle someone out of inertness. The cold water thrown in her face was what it took to jolt Mary out of her deep sleep. At the sound of the telephone, he jolted himself out of his stupor.
See also: jolt, of, out

jolt to a start

 and jolt to a stop
to start or stop moving suddenly, causing a jolt. The truck jolted to a stop at the stop sign. The little car jolted to a quick start and threw the passenger back in his seat.
See also: jolt, start

jolt to a stop

See previous.
See also: jolt, stop

jolt

1. n. the degree of potency of the alcohol in liquor. It doesn’t have much of a jolt.
2. n. a drink of strong liquor. He knocked back a jolt and asked for another.
3. n. a portion or dose of a drug. (Drugs.) How about a little jolt as a taste?
4. n. the rush from an injection of drugs. (Drugs.) This stuff doesn’t have much jolt.
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OutSystems was already deeply honored to compete with an amazing group of peers, and we are thrilled to receive the Jolt Productivity award in the Enterprise Tools category -- a prestigious award that is renowned throughout the industry," said Mike Jones, VP Marketing, OutSystems.
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Dobb's Jolt Productivity Award in the Best Testing Tools category.
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JOLT Challenge is a holistic approach to developing people--their physical, mental and emotional well-being--so that they can lead fulfilling and purposeful lives.
a market leader in enterprise application security solutions, has announced its award-winning application shield has been named a 2008 Jolt Awards finalist in the Best Security Tools categaory.